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  1. F4Bob
    03-30-2015 01:01 AM - permalink
    Sure would like the dimension/specs or drawings for that bed.
    Did you make them?
    I'm probably going to also make my own. Yours is the best home made I've seen...and I owned my own cabinet shop!
  2. F4Bob
    02-20-2015 02:32 PM - permalink
    also what height do those Alcoa's come out to be?
  3. F4Bob
    02-20-2015 02:30 PM - permalink
    Where did yogurt those? Custom?

    What did you do with the old rims?
  4. F4Bob
    02-19-2015 06:26 PM - permalink
    Nice- can I see the truck with the new rims?
    Same size?
  5. F4Bob
    02-04-2015 12:57 PM - permalink
    Really like your F4.
    What color did you use on the rims and grill?
  6. jhweigel
    11-19-2014 04:30 PM - permalink
    Thanks or the info. I bought the basic ignitor not realizing that the II might have been a better choice, but as you point out, the basic one is the only choice for a 6V system. I will have to be careful about leaving the key on when it's not running. I just figured out that you are in Crossville. I will look at Truckstock. Might be fun to go if I can trust my truck on a little road trip.
  7. homade
    03-15-2013 09:12 PM - permalink
    Hey Joe, have you heard anything about the Smokey Mtn. F1-F100 run, is it still on or not, Garry
  8. SNOX302
    11-07-2012 02:46 PM - permalink
    Ok, thanks again. Hope this is the correct location. I will be sure to post in the forum soon.
  9. SNOX302
    10-31-2012 11:54 AM - permalink
    I am a new user looking for help. I am building a 12 ft all wood stake body and I have been using your pictures as a template. Thanks. My problem is I can't figure out how you secured the sides with the stake pockets to the cross members. I am at a loss as to do it properly. I have many IDEAS, but don't know which is best. I am looking for pictures of how you secured it. I would love to chat some more about it as well. I have a 1937 Ford 1 1/2 ton that I am putting it on. Thanks. 603-630-7671 if you would like to chat instead of email.
  10. Dexter 1950
    08-06-2012 09:58 AM - permalink
    Dexter 1950
    Thats awesome...thanks again.

    I have one last request of you (I hope)....besides the web, what sort of places did you try to source your rims from and which were the most successful for you? Wreckers, RV Motorhome shops, Tire stores, etc....???

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  • About harleymsn
    Retired in Tennessee
    Crossville, Tn
    Retired Police Lieutenant, now a lazy bum who plays with old Ford trucks, attends and photographs car/truck shows.
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    F-1 through F-8
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    Rather not say
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    1950 F5 Stakebed
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    Flathead 8 239
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    a few
    60 foot time
    1 min
    1/8 Mile ET
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    1950 F5 Stake Truck Flathead 8,
    2001 F250 XLT V-10 4X4



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